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will have a balanced budget if you pass the tax increase. >> we were in sacramento on monday when the legislature all got back together, a lot of new members up there. you couldn't recognize half of them. but there's also -- i already saw the lobbyists in the halls and there's going to be a pushback to start spending money again after the years of drought and that is going to be a challenge for you folks up there. >> it certainly will be a challenge and i think the governor has resolved not to do that. he said it a number of times in his budget statement on thursday but there will be testing and some legislators will try to test the resolve of the governor by bringing forth proposals and some of them it's hard to say "no" especially with the 2/3 of the legislature democrats and i think some proposals will go through i believe and i have confidence that the governor will veto it at the end of the day. >> time for one last question. what do you see as the biggest fight this session in sacramento? >> well, the biggest fight last year was pension
. it turned out to be rosie skies in sacramento again. how long is that going to last? >> that was a shark, too. >> exactly. >> after all the dismal predictions and we might have a surplus and that is coming up. >> first, the top story of the day. the 49ers are going to the nfc championship and that is going to be here after beating the green bay packers last night at candle stick park. >> and 9ers were down 7-0 early and ran for 181 yards, an nfl record. a 56-yard dash put the 49ers in front for good. the final score, niners 45; packers, 41 and during the win, san francisco police kicked 92 spectators out of the stadium and more arrested for public intoxication. they were hanging onef play. in san francisco, was to on and green bay scored first and can you hear the roaring in the second half. >> the best defense in the league and they're on top of their game tonight. they're so pumped up and they going to the super bowl. [ screaming ] >> so, the 49ers have made stronger believers of the fateful fans and there is a bigger game looming next sunday and we'll have more highlights in a few min
temperatures out here towards the pink that's out towards solano county. hard freeze warning for the sacramento valley, also solano county. could see upper teens to mid-20s by tomorrow morning. the culprit is a real drop in the jet stream. it's allowing this cold air which is usually damned up east of the cascades to spill all the way down into california. this pattern's going to stick around at least until about monday. notice how quickly we reach freezing in the bay area. by midnight, already in the north and east bay valleys, pretty close to 30 degrees. and then purple on the map or darker blues indicating some 20s out towards solano county, the east bay, areas south of san jose and likely north bay. look at san francisco. low to mid-30s even around the water. so mostly clear skies tonight. of course, that's going to help our temperatures to drop off. and during the day tomorrow, sunshine but it's going to be really quite cold. as you can see, our high temperatures again tomorrow, upper 40s to near 50 to wrap up the weekend. 49 around milpitas. around the east bay, highs low 50s and upper 40
. today, partly sunny skies being replaced. tomorrow, full-on sunshine. 51 degrees in sacramento. 48 degrees fresno. 27 degrees in tahoe after this morning starting off 9 below zero. tonight, 10 below zero. 51 degrees at monterey bay, through pebble beach. tomorrow's daytime highs, 40s and 50s. the temp range, only about 47 degrees in hayward to 53 degrees in santa rosa. meanwhile, check out your seven- day forecast. again, a couple of degrees cooler tomorrow night, overnight. so another frosty start for monday morning. then the temperatures begin to moderate ever so slightly, until hurray! we finally see 60s, which is seasonal by thursday towards the tail end of the work week. but i have to remind you, one thing we will all notice, probably by monday and tuesday we'll start to see that stagg instant air quality. >> okay. >> i bet you we do have spare the air days going into effect. keep that in mind. >> appreciate the heads-up. >>> dennis is here. couple football games going on, huh? >> oh, yeah, matter of fact, there are one or two going on ri
temperatures in the valleys as the old colder air drains to the valleys. 27 in tahoe, 61 sacramento. not quite as cold in sacramento. they have a bit of a wind this morning. 58 in los angeles today. back home once again very little change with those upper 40s from the livermore valley. 50 in richmond. plenty of sunshine san francisco, 50 and 51 palo alto and tonight we will get a little bit of wind in the north bay. but still it's not going to upset that aidiation natural cooling and we will be very cool again. 52 salinas. we are talking more 20s and 30s by the water. upper 30s san francisco and we will looking for some of those cooler numbers. even around oakland again tonight. so the accuweather seven-day forecast, the frosty start for your monday. then by tuesday a little milder. mid-50s should be the highs. upper 50s on wednesday. and maybe some tuly fog will sneak into the east bay valleys and that will allow for warming. low 60s by the end of the work week. we are still very cold for the next couple days. >> all right. well, that's okay. as you know, lisa, the bay area is microclimate pr
away. volvo was a godsend. northeast of san francisco, four-fifths of sacramento still lay underwater, permitting a steamer to shuttle up and down its streets and allow passengers to enter their second story city hotel room via window. the 50 inches of icy wind and shotgun blasts of black hail that it's soaked and pummeled san francisco all winter had not dispelled the dreams of its citizens. they tossed in their beds, inside combustible homes, heads filled with nightmares of what would happen when the life-saving downpour ended. they would cause in front of the fires listen to the liking of seagulls and snakelike hits of wicks. they watched a clear blast other lamp chimneys blasting. instead of being warmed they feared the worst. they dreaded the high winds off the day that would drive the soap would do in flammability. and with either water wells nor flame fighting equipment nor the inclination to buy any, everybody knew that san francisco would burn. four years earlier in pittsburgh they been a disastrous dawn fire, but that had come after a dry winter, six weeks without rain. san
on sale on wednesday. >>> mayor of sacramento says he can raise the money needed to keep the kings from moving to seattle. kevin johnson told usa today he's working with billionaires ron burke l and mark to raise $425 to $450 million. this comes after a seattle based group led by steve bomber and steve hanson are trying to buy the kings. >>> it could be a big night for steven spielberg at the golden globe. spielberg lincoln is nominated for seven golden globes. ben affleck argo are both nominated for five awards. comedians tina fey and amy will host the ceremony. >>> your new miss america is miss new york. >> drew: there she is miss new york has won the title of miss america. 23-year-old mallory hagan took top honors in the beauty pageant last night after tap dancing to james brown and answered the question about whether armed guards belong in school. she defeated notable contestants. >>> time now 7:21. it's freezing here but it's even colder in the mountains. the new service in the sierra that may make travel a little easier. >>> victims of super storm sandy kicked out of their hotel
. that could be a huge problem for the state's citrus crops. here is our affiliate ktxl in sacramento. >> reporter: for harvesters, every day is a race against the clock. pick as many oranges as you can before sun down. but early morning, raising temperatures means these harvesters can't start picking until 9:00 a.m. two hours after their regular schedule. >> it's really bad because we don't care working like that. >> reporter: less work means less pay. on top of that, freezing temperatures could spoil what's left of their harvest. >> right now we're probably two weeks from the end of our harvest. so, maybe 15% to 20% of the crop will be lost. >> reporter: the owner of mandarin hill orchards, tom, isn't too worried about that. in order for these crops to completely damage, freezing temperatures must last longer than eight hours. >> the inside of the tree won't be affected as much as the outside of the tree. >> reporter: but even some freezing temperatures could leave the oranges soft, even though they're perfectly fine. fewer consumers will buy them leaving a bigger burden on harveste
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below average with 61 sacramento, 54 in palm springs. today how about 52 in san mateo, one of the warmer locks. 49 livermore and 50 san francisco, 53 santa rosa. down by the monterey bay we will see about 52 in watsonville and salinas. overnight tonight, once again it's likely the national weather service will have a frost advisory and a freeze warning for valleys and the bay shores with 20s and 30s. then you will notice mid-50s by tuesday and wednesday. still lots of sunshine, upper 50s to the lower 60s by the end of the work week. so we will that you out eventually, but certainly cold out there. >> so will that be this the normal range when we start that that you? >> absolutely. >> thank you, lisa. coming up at 7:00, good morning america. we are joined live this morning from new york to tell us what you guys are working on. hello. good morning. >> the seven-year-old is adorable, the brother and sister is adorable, you will need a box of tissue. >> so a seven-year-old got them together? >> he did with the help of some technology. a little facebook. >> oh, these kids, they are so tech lo
actually make a difference. in sacramento, claudia cowan, fox news. >> there are millions upon millions of americans who value the rights that they have under the second amendment. >> i want every nra member he. i want every law abiding gun owner to know their second amendment rights will not be infringed upon. >> shannon: driving the news this week the debate over gun rights as vice president biden gets set to make recommendations to the president on gun violence. peter doocy has the latest from washington. >>> two days from right now we will know what the task force vice president biden has been leading will recommend to president obama as a legislative means for reducing gun violence. that the point, speculation has been that the administration will seek to restrict assault weapons and high capacity magazines in some way but the nra does not think that is a a good idea. >> we wished that instead of talking about guns specifically that they question that they would have addressed is what do we do to prevent these kinds of things in the future. and the evidence shows that an assault we
capital building in sacramento. they were prevented from entering the chamber, their message was received loud and clear. it was signed into law by someone who seems an improbable advocate for gun control. this guy. no, your eyes are not fooling you. that is republican party demagogue ronald reagan, a supporter of what was at the time one of the strictist gun laws in the nation. the panic over black people with guns mag fied in cities like detroit in the shooting deaths of bobby kennedy revoked a policy response from the government. president lyndon b. johnson signed the gun control act of 1968. >> we have come here to sign the most comprehensive gun control law ever signed in this nation's history. >> as we await tuesday for vice president biden's recommendations, the president's respond and the outcry from either or both sides, we are well served to keep in mind in recent history, there's no clear liberal or consensus on gun policy. our freedoms, cherished as they are must be balanced by civic responsibilities. at the table today, dan gross, tracy meres, law professor at yale university
. >> now, you alluded to this in terms of looking down the road but the "sacramento bee" quoted one expert who said it is too soon to draw any conclusions and that budget estimates, estimates are often wildly off. so is there truth to that? could this actually when playing out not look as good down the road? >> of course it could. and i read that quote, my first thought was that's a critique you could level at any budget at any state or any federal government or any country. basically, these budget agreements are agreements that a legislature makes at a point in time. next year's leng slach could come back and change that. i think the case of california you have to look at two things. one is that some of these revenues come from -- a non-trivial amount of theechblz v revenues come from the folks at the very high end of the income scale. if they stop going as well that's could be a constraint. and of course the spending cuts have to hold. we have a legislature there that's 2/3 democrat. they've already been making some noise about taking back some of those cuts. so it's definitely worth wat
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